How to perform a sonarqube analysis from in github?

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I am running sonar scans on github's pull requests from This is the procedure I am following:

  1. PR is made
  2. build is triggered
  3. Gradle task is executed
  4. Gradle's Sonar plugin with Drone's environment is run

The command I use in drone build:

gradle/wrapper all sonarqube \
 -Dsonar.analysis.mode=preview \
 -Dsonar.github.pullRequest=$DRONE_BUILD_NUMBER \

I am unable to find the PR ID in the drone environment. Is there any other way I can find it?

Jul 6, 2018 in Git & GitHub by Damon Salvatore
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DRONE_PULL_REQUEST  env variable holds the pull request number(Check This). You can access all the environment variables through your build logs. You can do this by adding env command in your yaml file:

    image: golang
      - env # dump environment variables

Your build logs after execution:


Pull request is only set if drone is building a pull request hook.

answered Jul 6, 2018 by DareDev
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